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Dino Betti van der Noot Wikipedia
Dino Betti van der Noot (born 1936) is an Italian jazz composer.
Van der Noot was born in Rapallo. His mother and cousin were classical pianists. He studied at Scuola Musicale of Pavia, 1946–51; in 1959 studied privately in Milan and in the 1970s at Berklee College of Music In Italy, he led combos from 1957–1960, but was not active in music in the 1960s. He led an amateur big band from 1969–1972 and a professional big band in 1982 and in 1987 in New York City. He is chairman of B Communications, an advertising agency in Milan.
In his bands, he worked with Andrea Dulbecco, Ares Tavolazzi, Bill Evans, Bob Cunningham, Danny Gottlieb, David Friedman, Donald Harrison, Famoudou Don Moye, Franco Ambrosetti, Giancarlo Schiaffini, Gianluigi Trovesi, John Taylor, Jonathan Scully, Joyce Yuille, Luis Agudo, Paul Bley, Paul Motian, Sandro Cerino, Steve Swallow, Tiziano Tononi, and Vincenzo Zitello.
"His compositions are narratives rife with colour, ranging from the boldest hues to the most subtle and revealing a sensitive, inventive melodist and lapidarian master of orchestral skills".Record of the Year, Musica Jazz Critics' Poll (1987, 1989, 2013, 2015)
Record of the Year, Dischi Critics' Poll (1989)
Record of the Decade, Musica and Dischi Critics' polls (1989)
Jazz Composer of the Year, Musica Jazz Critics' Poll (2007, 2009)
Record of the Year, Musica Jazz Critics' Poll, The Stuff Dreams Are Made On (2013)
Record of the Year, Musica Jazz Critics' Poll, Notes Are But the Wind (2015);
Basement Big Band, 1977
A Midwinter Night's Dream, 1983
Here Comes Springtime, 1985
They Cannot Know, 1987
A Chance for a Dance, 1987–88
Space Blossoms, 1988–89
The Humming Cloud, 2007
God Save the Earth, 2009
September's New Moon, 2011
The Stuff Dreams Are Made On, 2013
Notes Are But the Wind, 2015